A number of endorsements for “Investigative Interviewing” have already been received, such as:

Duncan Spencer CFIOSH, Head of Advice and Practice for IOSH

This easy-to-read handbook is packed full of advice on how to apply good interviewing technique in the workplace ….. The handbook is a useful collection of thoughts and advice that, once read cover to cover, will no doubt become a go to reference….”


“I just want to say that I took up the early bird offer on this eBook and upcoming course material, and I have to say, it is a fantastic read.

“The book is incredibly easy to read, I managed to get through half of it on the first day! It flows well, gives insight into the difference between interviewing and interrogation techniques, whilst offering some best practice examples.

“Investigative interviewing is an element that I wished to become more confident and fluent with, so that I am able to remain unbiased and highly effective whilst carrying out this necessary part of my role …”

Michael Reid  HSEQ Regional Manager

“Working my way through your book, excellent read and valuable to anyone who carries out interviews, especially following an incident.

“I have completed three principal investigators courses over the last 10-12 years and you are still bringing new information to me on the varied techniques used around the globe, very interesting and informative ….


“… Thought provoking evaluation of varied interview techniques used by organisations with valuable insight, guidance and supporting information into effective investigative interviewing, some common failures faced and tried and tested methods of successfully gathering witness information and evaluating its worth. Well worth a read and a subject topic that I now want to research further. (Rated 4 out of 5)”

William Chadwick – QED Associate Freelancers

“…. [The book] has been a real page turner for me in recent days ….

“…. Andy provides us with a compass …. for the content and structure for investigative case notes, witness statements and the final report, [while] signposts to key references for further reading are clearly set out …..

“…. Andy asks us a number of questions at the start of his book.  One of these is “Did you know that there’s a right way and a wrong way of carrying out investigative interviews? My answer before starting the journey was a stark NO. Today …. it is YES!”